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Grateful Dead Live at Legion Stadium on 1970-12-28




Set 1:
d1t01 - Cold Rain And Snow
d1t02 - Truckin'
d1t03 - It Hurts Me Too
d1t04 - Me And My Uncle
d1t05 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t06 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d1t07 - I Know You Rider
d1t08 - Bass Problems
d1t09 - Cryptical Envelopment ->
d1t10 - Drums ->
d1t11 - The Other One ->
d1t12 - Cryptical Envelopment >
d1t13 - Sugar Magnolia
d2t01 - Casey Jones

Set 2;
d2t02 - Smokestack Lightning
d2t03 - Big Railroad Blues
d2t04 - Me & Bobby McGee
d2t05 - Deep Elem Blues
d2t06 - Cumberland Blues
d2t07 - Morning Dew
d2t08 - Good Lovin' ->
d2t09 - Drums ->
d2t10 - Good Lovin' ->
d2t11 - Uncle John's Band


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Legion Stadium
Location El Monte, CA

Source AUD : MR > DAT > CD
Transferred by atched and speed correction by Kevin Tobin

Notes

Remake of AUD (shnid=17706)
AUD : MR > DAT > CD
Extraction, Retracking and SHN encoding by Alan J Fink (aj.fink@verizon.net) via EAC and MKW.
Proper extraction and sector boundaries verified via EAC and shntool.
Another installment of The Music Never Stopped Project!

(NOTE: Per Bob Menke the equipment used was Sony ECM-22P mics > Sony 770 reel deck, 1/4 track 7.5 ips and it was taped by Harv Kaslow and Craig Todd. Per Rob Bertrando "There should be an extra (i.e. 2) reel gens in the AUD source")

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Tech Notes

SHNs were decoded to wave and Audition 2.0 was used to reassemble
the tracks back to 1 long wave. Audition 2.0 was used to align &
synch the SBD & both AUD sources. Audition 2.0 used to adjust the volume for AUDs, matrix/CTR and LFE channels. Surcode
CD Pro DTS was used to encode to DTS.
- Mixed by kevtobin@yahoo.com
- FLAC conversion 23-SEP-2007
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Audio Faults:
1) Between Cold Rain and Snow and Truckin', 20.548 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This portion of the audio was normalized to blend in better.

2) Between It Hurts Me Too and Me And My Uncle, 1 minute and 30.433 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This portion of the audio was normalized to blend in better.

3) Between BIODTL and China Cat Sunflower, 20.948 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This portion of the audio was normalized to blend in better.

4) Between I Know You Rider and Cryptical Envelopment, 5 minutes and 04.149 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This portion of the audio was normalized to blend in better.

5) Between I Know You Rider and Cryptical Envelopment, 3 minutes and 10.689 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This portion of the audio was normalized to blend in better.

6) At the start of Sugar Magnolia, 26.048 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This portion of the audio was normalized to blend in better.

7) Also between Big RR Blues and Me and Bobby McGee, 10.346 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This portion of the audio was normalized to blend in better.

8) Between Me and Bobby McGee and Deep Elem Blues, 11.486 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This portion of the audio was normalized to blend in better.

9) Close to the end of Uncle John's Band, 35.257 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This portion of the audio was normalized to blend in better.

Brokedown House Production

Reviews

Reviewer: njpg - - May 25, 2013
Subject: -
That weird squawking sound at the beginning of Sugar Mag is the sound of a Vox wah-wah pedal that has been accidentally plugged in backwards. David Gilmour would take advantage of this sound not much later on the Pink Floyd albums Meddle and The Wall, but at this show Garcia probably just wigged out and yelled "Steve! What the f--- is that, & make it go away!"

Apart from maybe the best "That's It" in 2 years and a really nice "Good Lovin'", this show doesn't really stand out, although the recording does. It's been said the setlist is as typical of '71 as of '70; maybe that's the source of my reservations. Garcia's Strat neck & mid tone on Other One sounds sweet.
Reviewer: thebone - - March 19, 2010
Subject: Pig Fest
This show smolders and, at the right spots, explodes with intensity. Great example of Pig's strong presence and leadership in 1970. Awesome recording as well!
Reviewer: bscalera - - August 7, 2009
Subject: I can't believe that
this is a 1970 aud recording...it's that clear and true! Considering all the patches required as noted by Kevin et al, the result is absolutely awesome - as clear and sweet as many auds from the late 80's. This may not be the best show from 1970 but it is, in my estimation, the best recording. And an average show from this era is as good or better than anything after '81 IMHO. Thanks to the tapers who preserved history, the folks who did all the fine work making these shows available, and the archive for this awesome site. Peace
Reviewer: thelegroom - - December 8, 2008
Subject: Where's NRPS?
Thanx Kevin. This is definitely one of the two best sounding 1970 audience recordings I have encountered here. I have only been grabbing Flac files, so havn't heard them all. Not the greatest show by this year's high standards, but a fun listen nonetheless. Good Bob rockers, a snaky Smokestack, and check out the intro on a great Deep Elem. I am playing That's it for the Other One>Sugar Mags on my radio show this week. Peace
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